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Come Meet Mayor Alan Webber and talk about whatever questions you have in a one-on-one setting!
At Meet the Mayor Open Office Hours, Mayor Webber sits down face-to-face with constituents for short, 4-5 minute meetings on a topic of your choosing. It's the perfect opportunity to have your voice heard without waiting weeks or more to get on the schedule.
Blue Corn Brewery on the Southside!
Today we released the full report, commissioned to study the work that had been done on our effort to modernize City services to better serve you.
The report also helps us lay out a Correcitve Action Plan.
Read all the documents related to the report and the modernization effort, called the ERP Program, at our central hub!
This Veterans Day marks the 100th Anniversary of the 1918 Armistice that was the unofficial end to World War I. Veterans Day is celebrated on November 11th because of the Armistice, which was enacted in the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month.
The City will mark the holiday with the annual Veterans Day parade on Sunday, starting at 10:00am and progressing from Ft. Marcy down Bishop’s Lodge and Washington to the Plaza. A ceremony will follow at the Bataan Memorial.
In the City's organizational chart, we all report to the same boss: You.
In that spirit, we're producing this "End of Summer" report designed to capture in one document many, but not all, of the activities, programs, achievements, and shortcomings fo your City government this summer.